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television provider. >> dennis ross who served as the middle east adviser to presidents obama and clinton recently emphasized that if iran acquires nuclear weapons, saudi arabia has said they will get one, too, thereby setting off even more instability in the region. mr. ross was one of the speakers at wednesday's bipartisan policy center panel on iran's nuclear program. a discussion stem from the new release report titled "the price of inaction: energy and economic effects of a nuclear iran." other speakers include former u.s. senator virginia charles robb and the paper's authors. this is about an hour. >> good morning. thank you for coming. welcome to the rollout of "the price of inaction: energy and economic effects of a nuclear iran." let me begin with an apology, if i may. i have a board meeting in virginia this morning at which some very important systems will be made, and i'm also an infectious laugh and more than passing interest, and i'm not going to be able to remain for the entire presentation but i wanted to come in this morning to help kick off this rollout of our most rece
. they would be amazed to see how up to date as always. they even have dennis and cable tv. [laughter] if we could somehow just march the urban smug liberal or mississippi, we could stop for lunch at one of the many delicious places to eat. then show the liberals on thing they might not expect to see. white and black folks eating together, often at the same table. that happens a lot in the south. you will see a racially integrated crowd. it will be diverse to use a word that liberals love. it would disturb liberals to realize that the south is a heck of a lot more integrated than some of the coastal cities. it is not memphis or mobile that is stuck in segregation, it is l.a. and new york. for the past decade, african-americans from the north have been moving south in huge numbers. it is a total reverse of the great migration of the 1940s and 1950s when large parts of the southern black population moved north to places like chicago, detroit, and new york. but now blacks are coming back to this out. impossible, they cry. don't they know that the south is full of rednecks and racists? will blac
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